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‘Adrift’ Review: Dir. Baltasar Kormakur (2018)

Adrift review:  Shailene Woodley keeps this sailing drama afloat. Adrift review by Freda Cooper. A breakthrough role at just 20 can be a double edged sword....

‘Ocean’s 8’ Review: Dir. Gary Ross (2018)

Ocean’s 8 review: ‘8’ girls just wanna have fun – and steal diamonds. Ocean’s 8 review by Freda Cooper. An all-female Ocean’s 11 spin-off.  Sounds contrived...

‘Suburbicon’ Review: Dir. George Clooney (2017)

Suburbicon review: George Clooney delivers a creepy and kooky crime caper, which just about manages to satisfy, but far from surprises. Suburbicon review by Paul...

Ben Affleck Potentially Finds Next Directorial Job With ‘Red Platoon’

After moving on from The Batman in terms of directing, Ben Affleck is eyeing up his next directorial project and seems to have settled...

First Suburbicon Photos Land: George Clooney’s Next Directorial Effort

The first couple of photos from George Clooney's next film Suburbicon have landed online. The film will do the rounds at the late 2017...

Kirsten Dunst to star in ‘God’ series for ‘Lobster’ director &...

Kirsten Dunst is attached to star in a new comedy entitled On Becoming a God in Central Florida for Yorgos Lanthimos, the talented director of last...

Money Monster Review: ‘A Slick Fast-Paced Corporate Thriller’

Money Monster Review: Jodie Foster steps behind the lens to direct George Clooney, Julia Roberts and EE BAFTA Rising Star Jack O'Connell in a...

Exclusive ‘Money Monster’ featurette featuring Jack O’Connell

To co-incide with the release of Money Monster, which hits cinemas on May 27th, we have a brand new and exclusive featurette to share. The...

Cannes 2016: Money Monster review

Money Monster review: Jodie Foster fires hostage drama our way via the Cannes Film Festival, where it plays out-of-competition. The film marks Foster's fiest feature...

Hail, Caesar! review: “Very enjoyable, beautifully shot, and well performed.”

Hail Caesar review: The Coen Brothers bring to the screen their love letter to the studio films of the 1950s. Hail Caesar review by Luke...